I've stayed in more expensive accommodations. I've stayed in newer accommodations. I have NEVER stayed in a cleaner accommodation and don't think I've ever stayed in as friendly a place. He even offered to leave me a key under the mat if we got in after 11:00 and I could sign in the next day. (Turns out we got in about 10.)
Everything we tried worked--TV, shower, refrigerator, etc. Don't recall trying the microwave or coffee pot. He had coffee in the office at 6:30 AM and suggested restaurants to match our wants, how to get to places we wanted to get to, etc.
There was a fishing tournament that weekend and I couldn't count the boats in the parking lot. Could have been two dozen, though probably not. It was almost strange how polite and courteous the fishermen were. I'm sure there were some tabs being popped and some expressions of frustration with equipment or catches, but we didn't see or hear them. As they were coming in and parking, we heard a few of the trucks pulling boats with loud exhausts--but we didn't hear them leaving at 5:00 AM or whatever time. They were just gone.
The owner commiserated with the problem that the GPS maps haven't been updated as of late October, 2012. Follow the signs on the road and call to ask when you think you might be close. The GPS just goes weird and the lady's voice gets really demanding when you don't turn on a road that isn't there. I was fortunate I had been through the town enough to kind of know where the motel was, so when I found the old highway I knew I'd get there.
If you get really lost, figure out where you are and call the motel so they can guide you in.
If you want room service, your bed turned down for you, or a chocolate on your pillow each evening (I've stayed at a few of each) this isn't the place. If you want a great place to spend a few nights, you'll probably enjoy it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Paradise at the Right Price! The Town & Country Motel, nestled in the heart of the gorgeous and thriving paradise known as the Lake of the Ozarks, offers an affordable, clean, and friendly place to stay just 500 feet from the entrance to LOTO's popular Public Beach 2. The lake was ranked the #1 Best Recreational Lake in the United States in a USA Today Readers Poll. For more fun, the Town & Country Motel is right across the street from the LeMans Go Kart track and Putt 'n Stuff Family Fun Center, featuring 18 holes of miniature golf, bumper cars, Merry Go Round, and Kiddies Train. Also, the Big Surf Water Park is just 7 minutes away. The property is also located close to Osage Beach Premium Outlets, the largest outlet mall in Missouri, and is less than a mile from the Main Street Music Hall, the area's premier entertainment venue. In between adventures, every room at the Town & Country provides comfortable beds, a microwave, mini-fridge, hair dryer, flat screen TV with expanded cable channels, free WiFi, and free long distance. In the warmer months, the motel also features an 8-foot deep swimming pool, along with picnic tables and barbeque grill. For fishermen, we also offer large parking spaces with powered boat hookups so you can charge your trolling motor in between outings. So whether it's a weekend getaway or a weeklong family adventure, the Town & Country Motel is your place to stay in Osage Beach! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Town & Country Motel Lake Of The Ozarks/Osage Beach, MO